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APRA

(æˈpræ)
n acronym for
1. (Banking & Finance) Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority
2. (Broadcasting) Australasian Performing Right Association
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APRA reflects the presence of a number of Australian firms offering financial services in the DIFC and reflects each Authority's commitment to cooperation in relation to their regulation.
I am very pleased to sign this MoU with APRA and to meet Mr Byres again.
At this point in time, APRA does not propose to introduce across-the-board increases in capital requirements, or caps on particular types of loans, to address current risks in the housing sector.
Meanwhile the Commonwealth bank reiterated that its present capital in position is already beyond what APRA had required.
The shares have been held in trust for two years and have been released by the trustee in accordance with the APRA rules.
Bank, its external auditors, and APRA meet annually to discuss any issues arising from reports of the external auditors.
The vast majority of the HIH Group's policyholders are in a better position now, as a result of an arrangement made with other insurers, than they would have been if APRA had moved to appoint an inspector three months ago.
Her own parents, Alfredo Campos and Maria Barcena, were founders of APRA in Cuzco, she said.
Nevertheless, Garcia's APRA party has in recent years supported prudent policy settings and modest reforms in Congress in order to enhance the party's credibility with the electorate.
As the FSI panel noted, comparing capital levels with global peers is a complex issue and we will be consulting with APRA on defining fact based international capital comparators.
In an apparent confirmation of Macquarie Group's rising status as a major lender, the APRA stress test was conducted on five banks, namely: ANZ, National Australia Bank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac and Macquarie which is expected to formally announce on Friday, Nov 9, its foray into residential mortgages.
The banking, super annuation and insurance sectors come under the remit of the APRA, and the acts relating to these sectors frequently crossover, according to the report.